Candy Crush Soda Saga Level 1128 Tips


The goal of Candy Crush Soda level 1128 is to spread the Jam (64) across the playing field within 30 moves. Read the tips, watch the video and get an idea of what you’re supposed to do on Candy Crush Soda Saga level 1128.

Candy Crush Soda Level 1128 Video

The video below demonstrates how I completed the level. It will show you what the objective of the level is and how you can complete it as well.

If the goal or layout of the current level is different compared to what you see in the video below, don’t hesitate to let us know in the comment section below and we’ll update the video.

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Candy Crush Soda Level 1128 Tips

The first thing you should do is free the trapped Striped candy and start the spread of Jam. You want to spread the Jam as quickly as you can so that the entire playing field, except the bottom row, is covered with Jam. At this stage all the Jelly Fishes you make will dive at the bottom row.

Next should you try to making Jelly Fish + horizontal Striped candy combinations because that’s the fastest and most reliable way to hit the Honey on and spread the Jam across the bottom row.

With candies of five colors on the playing field you shouldn’t have too many problems making special candies. Still, take your time and don’t miss out on opportunities to make special candies. Consider holding on to special candies until you can combine them because of the combination’s enhanced effect.

Match candies near the bottom of the playing field (or as low as possible) as often as you can. Doing this will shift the largest amount of candies. This in turn will hopefully start a chain reaction that will create new opportunities to make special candies.

While matching candies at the bottom don’t ignore making special candies at the top of the playing field. Pause after every move and glance at the entire playing field to see whether you can make special candies.

If you have a tip for Candy Crush Soda Saga level 1128 we welcome you to leave a comment below! Also, feel free to ask any questions you might have.

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